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    • Rossdale Power Plant: A provincial historic resource 

      Pearson, Larry (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      EPCOR's proposal to construct a new gas turbine unit at its Rossdale Power Plant in Edmonton's river valley was the subject of extensive public hearings and debate. A critical issue was EPCOR's proposal to demolish the ...
    • Selling places: Heritage tourism and marketing your town 

      Tunbridge, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      Heritage tourism is no longer a simple way to sell your town. This article discusses problems of saturation by a standardizing product, with the consequent need to identify a distinctive angle. The dissonant reality and ...
    • Why bother with heritage anyway? 

      Denhez, Marc (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      "Heritage" is not about freezing a handful of buildings, but about a particular kind of development with wider repercussions. Heritage initiatives began not only (or primarily) to idolize a few elite properties, but to ...